Yeah he was a top prospect, in 2003 BA ranked him 38th and in 2004 was 70th. It seems like he has been around for a while now but he is still only 24. He has a good mix of pop/speed that I could see him range from 15-20 in both hr and sb. Now that he is back in the 2 spot that really helps out his production, I can see 80-90 in r/rbi. People will probably make note that he has been a 1st half hitter and done poorly in the 2nd. Which is true to an extent, his first full year I'll give him a break as it was his first full year and surely pitchers adjusted (though he still hit for avg). Last year was the same situation, but Lopez's brother died around the all-star break and for such a young kid to go through that I'm not surprised his play suffered. All and all he makes a pretty nice 2b option that will help a bit in each category and wont hurt you in any.